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Sciadopitys

 

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Plant Name Habit Zone Rate Color Description
Sciadopitys verticillata 'Gruene Kugel' Narrow Upright 5 Intermediate Green An outstanding new selection from Germany noted for its compact well branched habit. Rounded in shape when young, developing slowly into a small compact tree with glossy deep green foliage year- round. Useful in gardens with limited space where the full sized Japanese Umbrella Pine is too large.
Sciadopitys verticillata 'Joe Kozey' Narrow Upright 5 Large Green Narrower than the species, 'Joe Kozey' is an extraordinary cultivar that stands out from the rest. It withstands snow loads much better because its branches are sturdier and they are held more tightly to the trunk than other types. At maturity, the slow-growing Japanese Umbrella Pine becomes a large, spire-like tree. A selection from Sydney Waxman, University of Connecticut.
Sciadopitys verticillata 'Mitsch Select' Broad Upright 5 Dwarf Green This dense, slow-growing selection of Japanese Umbrella Pine has a definite leader when young, but broadens with age. Short, dark-green needles and a compact stature distinguish the beautiful cultivar. It was selected by John Mitsch, Aurora, Oregon, a plantsman who generously shared new plants with Jean Iseli and other conifer enthusiasts.
Sciadopitys verticillata 'Picola' Broad Upright 5 Dwarf Green Dense and compact, this slower growing form of Japanese Umbrella Pine is perfect for the patio garden. Shorter, thinner needles on short shoots account for an overall bushy habit that becomes broadly upright with age. Of all the dwarf types we’ve trialed it maintains the darkest green, resulting in a very rich look. Full sun to partial shade and well drained soil is preferred.
Sciadopitys verticillata 'Sternschnuppe' Broad Upright 5 Intermediate Green Straight as an arrow with strictly upward growing branches, this unique selection from Germany stands proud in the garden. Its succulent green needles are thicker and twice as broad as the species at two-thirds the length which creates a uniquely appealing texture not found in other conifers. Somewhat brittle, 'Sternschnuppe' appreciates a little restraint through the winter months to guard against snow and ice damage.
Sciadopitys verticillata 'Winter Green' Broad Upright 5 Large Green 'Winter Green' is an improved cultivar with size and shape similar to the species. As the name indicates, the beautiful foliage retains its dark, glossy green through winter. A seedling selection from Sydney Waxman, University of Connecticut.
 

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